2007 Hundred Acre, Cabernet Sauvignon
Tasting Notes

Good full ruby. Impossibly sexy aromas of black raspberry, black cherry, pipe tobacco,
saddle leather and creme caramel A wine of extraordinary layered depth, with appeal than
the backward Kayli Morgan but there's also outstanding structure here to support a long
evolution in bottle. Finishes with remarkably lush tannins and great breadth and length.
Wine Review

"Along with David Abreu's Howell Mountain Cabernet, the extraordinary 2007 Cabernet Sauvignon Ark Vineyard may be the
finest Cabernet Sauvignon I have tasted from that mountain. A dense purple color is accompanied by a liqueur of wet rocks
and minerals intermixed with blueberry, black raspberry, and floral notes, a full-bodied richness, sweet tannin, and
extraordinary opulence and fleshiness. This offering may end up with a three-digit score if it keeps performing like this.
Range: 96-98+ "

98 Points,
-Robert Parker Jr, The Wine Advocate

For Jayson Woodbridge,
his winemaking style
could be deemed as very
“hands on”, each step
from hand picking the
vineyards in numerous
passes, hand sorting the
fruit berry by berry, the
forest and age of wood
carefully selected and
measured prior to barrels
being made. Everything
hand crafted, hand
pruned, scrutinized and
aligned for his desired
response, near critical
perfection.
For The Distinctive Epicurean and Wine Enthusiast
Chef   & Vintner
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